6th Arrest Made In Sin City Disciples Clubhouse Murder
Updated On: Jun 06 2012 06:58:06 AM CDT
A sixth suspect has been arrested in connection to a homicide that occurred outside the Sin City Disciples motorcycle clubs' clubhouse in March.
On Tuesday, officers with the Colorado Springs Police Department arrested 30-year-old Carlos Ford and charged him with 1st degree murder.
The homicide happened on March 3rd at the clubhouse located at 638 W Vermijo St. The victim, 31-year-old Virgil Means, was fatally shot outside the clubhouse. Police say that several shots were fired at a vehicle and Means, who was the front seat passenger, was struck as they were driving away.
In mid-March, police arrested two men in connection to the crime. 30-year-old Christopher Mountjoy and 27-year-old John Anthony Burrell, both Fort Carson soldiers, were charged with 1st degree murder.
On April 14th, a 3rd arrest was made in the case. Springs resident and Fort Carson soldier, Eric Bartholomew, was arrested and charged with 1st degree murder. Two days later, 24-year-old Deangelo Wells and 30-year-old John Severe, both of Colorado Springs, were also arrested for accessory to 1st degree murder.
Detectives are continuing to investigate this incident. If you have any information, please call police at 719-444-7000. If you would like to remain anonymous, you can call Crime Stoppers at 719-634-STOP (7867) or you can text CSPD and your tip to 847411.
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